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2008). , 2003). Depending on the antigen leukocyte, certain subpopulations are activated and proliferate. However, it has been shown in different fish species that some circulating sub-populations are able to act in immune defence without prior activation (Köllner et al, 2002). , 2005). , 1988; Hine, 1992; Brown, 1995). It is interesting that mammals, teleosts and other higher eukaryotes utilize two types of professional phagocytic cells -neutrophils and macrophages- in the defense against infection (Rowley and Ratcliffe, 1988; Secombes and Fletcher, 1992; Brown, 1995).
Hildebrand and Goslow, 2001; Kardong, 2002). Fish kidney shows morphological and physiological variations between and within groups. e. , 1996) and within teleosts there are aglomerular species (McDonald and Grosell, 2006). Furthermore, in contrast to higher vertebrates, most fish species hatch these organs at embryonic stage, so becoming free-living organisms. The adult fish kidney, often situated along the dorsal wall of the body cavity, is for most species an opistonefros divided into anterior pronefric region (head or cranial) and posterior (trunk or caudal) sections (Kardong 2002).